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Repeated Armed Forces veterans investigations must end, says defence secretary Penny Mordaunt

Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette Wednesday, 15 May 2019 ()
Repeated Armed Forces veterans investigations must end, says defence secretary  Penny MordauntStronger legal protections for military personnel planned.
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Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has argued that there should be amnesty for British army personnel serving in Northern Ireland who have committed crimes during the course of their duties. The Conservative MP added that there needs to be an end to the "chilling effect" this issue is having, which is...

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